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Teaching and Learning Portfolio

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The Teaching and Learning Portfolio focuses on technology to support teaching and learning across campus. This portfolio has primary responsibility for the learning management system, classroom technology, teaching and collaboration tools, and other teaching and learning technology tools. This portfolio will prioritize projects, identify initiatives, and allocate seed money to innovative technology projects that support teaching and learning at the University.


Membership

Co-chairs: Martha Bradley-Evans and Wendy Hobson-Rohrer

Kirsten Butcher Associate Professor, College of Education
Randy Dryer Professor (Lecturer), College of Law and Honors College
Steve Hess Chief Information Officer (ex officio, non-voting)
Peter Jensen Associate Professor (Lecturer), School of Computing
Harish Maringanti Associate Dean for IT and Digital Library Services, Marriott Library
Chong Oh Associate Professor (Lecturer), Operations & Information Systems
Brandon Patterson Assistant Librarian, Eccles Health Sciences Library
Ryan Steele Associate Professor, Chemistry
Jeanine Stefanucci Associate Professor, Psychology
Cory Stokes Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies, UOnline Director
Jon Thomas Director, Teaching and Learning Technologies (ex officio, non-voting)
Patrick Tripeny Associate Dean, College of Architecture + Planning and Undergraduate Studies; Director, CTLE; Professor, School of Architecture
Michelle Valdes Vice President of Student Relations, ASUU
Support staff
Aimee Ellett Special Assistant to the CIO
Cindy Hanson Administrative Assistant, Teaching and Learning Technologies
Cassandra Van Buren Associate Director, Office of the CIO

Questions or comments?

Contact Aimee Ellett.

Questions or comments concerning IT governance?
Please email Aimee Ellett.

Approved documents

Meetings

Next meeting: Wednesday, May 19, 2021, 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m., online. Committee members will receive meeting info via email.


Agendas and summaries (authentication required)

Last Updated: 4/28/21